Season 2-3 had a prototype of the blocky sketchbob design:
Also, why is Sponegbob so pale in early-season 4, was there something wrong with one of the computers at Rough Draft Studios?
Nature Pants/Opposite Day and Arrgh!/Rock Bottom which apparently show that Nickelodeon is still using RCA composite cables in the mid-late 2010's on a 1080P MASTER where international countries and even the USA companies' international distribution units veered away from using them in masters decades ago. (especially in the 90s.)Does anybody know if there are any season 1 episodes which have gotten only worse or not better with the HD rewamp?
I think I've figured out why season 2/early S3 have coloring issues. Nick probably had a problem transferring the animation files through through the telecine by using composite, as opposed to directly transferring episode from film reel like they did during season 1. By mid-season 3, they probably figured out a better way of transferring episodes, thus eliminating the VHS effect. I'm thinking that instead of connecting the computer to the telecline machine using composite, they probably added a broadcast feature built in the PC.
lots of issues here:I find it hysterical how The Original Fry Cook has the dot crawl copy in this, but Squirrel Jokes has the fresh copy:
nope. Obviously never will because of the awful speedup Nickelodeon USA added (it's even faster than PAL/SECAM standards for god's sake) (Nicktoons still has them all at ol' 24FPS along with the minor scenes at the beginning and end that were trimmed off, same with Seasons 4-9)Anyone still watch the broadcast version of nick, are the episodes cleaned up
I love that greenish tint, it's such an underrated look.For those of you who purchase episodes on Youtube. Sailor Mouth is 100% clean on the Youtube prints, although Spongebob is still colored with a greenish tint:
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